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Sites devoted to action and adventure movies in general or groups of action films.
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For the purposes of this category, a B-Movie is a low-budget, often second-class movie that features little-known actors and rough-hewn scripts. There are also, however, some truly killer Bs. Good-bad and good-good mingle together under the B-Movie mantle.
Sites devoted to specific films should be submitted to the appropriate letter category under Arts/Movies/Titles.
Originating in the 1970s, these films had plots similar to trashy 60s exploitation films, but starred black actors and were notable for soundtracks featuring soul and funk artists.
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Classic movies are movies made more than 20 years ago which have stood the test of time, and classic stars are those who appeared in classic films. Focus is primarily on movies made during the "Golden Age" when the Hollywood studio system held sway from the introduction of sound to the late 1950s, but more recent films can also be considered classics if they continue to be viewed and talked about after two decades or more have gone by.
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Sites devoted to multiple comedy films or the comedy genre.
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Sites devoted to the Western movie genre.
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For all those little films we love that make others look at us in stark terror. These may include, but are not limited to, films of the following sub-genres: camp, B-rate, horror, exploitation, blaxploitation, sexploitation, giallo, science fiction, trash, and sleaze.
All sites about fiction films should be submitted to the appropriate section of Movies Titles. Sites not devoted to individual, non-fiction documentary films but have to do with documentary filmmaking should be submitted to Arts: Movies: Filmmaking: Documentary or an appropriate subcategory.
Sites devoted to individual, non-fiction documentary films. No other sites will be listed in this category.
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Sites devoted to multiple Drama films and the Drama genre.
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Films that fall under this genre heading are appropriate for all age levels and are either rated G (General Audience) or PG (some Parental Guidance).
Sites devoted to a specific film noir movie should be submitted to the appropriate letter category under Arts/Movies/Titles.
Film noir ("black film") was named by French film critics and refers to the dark or shadowed look and mood of an American film style influenced by German expressionism. Plots center on events that often occur at night, and the characters tend to be cynical and disillusioned, but usually likeable. The male protagonist faces a moral dilemma or threat and there is usually an alluring, sassy, dangerous woman. The dialog tends to be crisp and often witty.
These films evolved in the 1940s and lasted in a classic period until about 1960.
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Movies which are based, however loosely, on real figures and events.
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From the silent classic Nosferatu to today's computer generated monsters, the horror genre encompasses a wide range of styles. This category and its subcategories are for websites that deal with horror movie news, reviews, celebrities, monsters and overall examinations.
Please submit sites about multiple movies in the mockumentary genre, or sites about the mockumentary genre in general. For individual mockumentary films, please submit in the Arts/Movies/Titles section and submit there.
A mockumentary film is a movie that purports to document actual events, but actually present fictitious situations. Mockumentaries can fall into several broad movie genres, such as comedy or political satire.
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Links to individual film titles and sites with general content devoted to movie musicals.
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Sites devoted to the Mystery and "whodunit" movie genre.
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Resources on movies relating to mafia, mobster and organized crime.
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Predominantly an American narrative tradition where the plot follows the protagonist on an actual journey linked with their journey as a person.
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Sites devoted to Romance movies.
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From Japan's giant monsters to the limitless reaches of galaxies far, far away. All species welcome as the Open Directory presents your favorite aliens, heroes, monsters and mecha from the realms of science fiction on the World Wide Web.
Sites devoted to specific films should be submitted to the appropriate letter category under Arts/Movies/Titles.
This category is for links to specific movie serials and sites with general information on the Serial genre or film style.
Serials were short adventure films that continued over several chapters or episodes in order to entice the audience back to the theater the next week. The serials came to be known as "cliffhangers" because the hero or heroine would face inescapable peril at the end of each episode only to be miraculously rescued at the beginning of the next one. This genre of film style started in the silent movie era, with the classic serials produced in the 1930s and 40s and ending in the 1950s.
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General information, resources, and sites dedicated to the silent movie era.
Submit sites for specific sports films to the appropriate area of Arts/Movies/Titles.
Sites devoted to movies with a sports theme or focus.
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Thrillers are suspenseful adventure stories -- suspense movies with action elements. "Marathon Man" and "North by Northwest" (as well as many Hitchcock films) are examples of Thrillers.
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Sites relating to the movies' portrayal of warfare or people's reaction to war. This includes movies with scenes of actual combat as well as those set against the backdrop of armed conflict, such as Casablanca, and those dealing with war's aftermath or effects on non-combatants.
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